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History of Modern Art has long been recognized as the authoritative, encyclopedic history of painting, photography, sculpture, and architecture from the mid-19th century, when modern art emerged, to the present day. Revising author Marla F. Prather's contributions to the new Fourth Edition include: More biographical information about each artist. ...
History of Modern Art has long been recognized as the authoritative, encyclopedic history of painting, photography, sculpture, and architecture from the mid-19th century, when modern art emerged, to the present day. Revising author Marla F. Prather's contributions to the new Fourth Edition include: More biographical information about each artist. An entirely new chapter on Cubism. A lively sense of social and historical context. Coverage of work in nontraditional mediums, such as video, installation, and performance art. More than 30% new illustrations and text and nearly twice the number of color illustrations as in previous editions. A culturally diverse selection of artists and a much broader selection of works by women. Chronological reorganization of the text, an updated bibliography, and a complete index. Marla F. Prather is curator of 20th-century art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. The late H. H. Arnason was a noted art historian and museum administrator.
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